Microsoft may have lost its mojo as far as Vanity Fair is concerned, but Seton Hall University still wants the goods. The New Jersey institution with 10,000 students has decided that this year it will hand out Samsung tablets and notebooks running Windows 8 to incoming freshmen for its Mobile Computing initiative.
Apple revealed that it sold more than twice as many iPads as Macs to educational institutions in the United States in its latest quarter while also experiencing record sales of Macs during the period.
ExamSoft, which offers a Web-based service for secure exam administration, will be launching a mobile application for offline test-taking on iPads later this year.
New applications enable prospective students to take self-guided campus tours and find admissions information, using their mobile devices.
This fall, faculty and students will no longer need access to a Blackboard institutional license to use Blackboard mobile applications--as long as they're willing to shell out $5.99 for the software or an annual subscription fee of $1.99.
Bricsys has launched a global academic program, which provides free engineering software and application programming interface access to students and schools.
At USC, an ambitious campuswide renovation aims to create tech-enabled learning spaces that place a premium on flexibility.
U Kansas will expand deployment of Perceptive Software workflow management solutions to bolster efficiency across campus.
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